One of the first live performances of the song "Throw Them All Away." The song will be included in Throw's upcoming second album. This video was taken during the gig to mark the first death anniversary of Luis Guiang. January 18, 2008.
The clip below was also taken during the concert to mark Luis Guiang's first death anniversary (January 18, 2008). The title of the song is "Free." It will also be included in the band's second album.
This is a recent video of a rehearsal of "Free," a new song that will be included in the band's second album.
This is a music video of "Hang" done by a friend of the band.
(Thanks to Bianca M. for the vid)
This fairly recent video is a performance from the Luis Guiang tribute concert held at the Center for the Arts in Quezon City.
The video below is a live performance of the Dead Ends classic "Guns/Noise Barrage"
(Purple Haze, 10/28/06).
Weslu Guiang (may his soul rest in peace) played the drums in this Throw gig.
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Throw is a four-piece hardcore band from the Philippines.
The band was conceived in November 2000 by Al Dimalanta (vocalist, guitar player, and songwriter of the 80s hardcore group Dead Ends) and Dennis Maniego (former bass player of the punkabilly outfit Private Stock).
Al and Dennis recruited Ojie Arcega and Bimboi San Pedro, drummer and guitar player, respectively, of a Bulacan-based hardcore band called T.S.A.
The band came up with a self-titled debut album in April 2002 and their long-overdue second album in July 2008. The band's third album Believe was launched in February of 2010. The band also released a six-song EP entitled Wag Kalimutan ang Ingay late 2010.
The band's current line-up has Al on vocals and guitar, Dennis on bass, Alan Roldan on guitar, and Spyk on drums.
Al Dimalanta - guitar, vocals Dennis Maniego - bass Alan Roldan - guitar Spyk - drums
September 29, 2012 At Baliuag, Bulacan with The Go Signals, Against Man and Jun Idiot and the Imbeciles (and a lot of other bands).
October 13, 2012 At Baliuag, Bulacan (again) with The Go Signals and Jun Idiot and the Imbeciles and more.